Tricky Coaching: Difficult Cases in Leadership Coaching by K. KorotovTricky Coaching: Difficult Cases in Leadership Coaching by K. Korotov

Tricky Coaching: Difficult Cases in Leadership Coaching

byK. KorotovEditorE. Florent-treacy, M. Kets De Vries

Hardcover | November 29, 2011

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Bringing together cases written by experienced leadership and executive coaches from all over the world, this project explores the most demanding and challenging situations they have faced in their professional practices. By analysing and reflecting on the real life case studies the authors show how to deal with these situations in daily life.
KONSTANTIN KOROTOV Associate Professor at ESMT, European School of Management and Technology in Berlin, Germany, and a senior researcher fellow and executive coach with the INSEAD Global Leadership Center in Fontainebleau, Fracnce. In addition to his academic work, he has over 15 years of practical leadership development experience in ...
Title:Tricky Coaching: Difficult Cases in Leadership CoachingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:227 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.82 inPublished:November 29, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230280226

ISBN - 13:9780230280229


Table of Contents

Introduction: What Can Be Tricky in Leadership Coaching?; M.Kets De Vries , K.Korotov , E.Florent-Treacy & A.Bernhardt Cases in Coaching Development: A User's Guide; M.Kets De Vries , K.Korotov , E.Florent-Treacy & A.Bernhardt Cases and Commentaries What to Do When the Coachee Doesn't Want to Take Responsibility for His Role in His Own Problems?; G.Barkus How Much Can a Coach do for His or Her Coachee?; G.Becker Parallel Processes in Coaching; P.Boback Coach as a Substitute for Leadership; D.Bohnsack When the Values Clash; S.Dembkowski From Church to Corporation via Executive Education - an Impossible Transition?; E.Florent-Treacy & A.Halczewska-Figuet Group Coaching vs. Facilitating Coaching by Group Members?; B.Goegduen Can the Right Thing be Wrong?; B.Heller Idealizing the Coachee in His Role; T.Hellwing Ambivalence, Fundamentalism, and a Turnaround ina Global Environment; A.Houston-Kelley Can Coaching Substitute for Lack of Life Experience?; A.Karboul When the Coachee Walks Out on You; S.Matthies Emotional Issues in Coaching; M.Palevsky Insider Information, Internal Competition, and the Role of Coaching; R.Pfeiffer Who is the Client?; M.Reynolds How Much Freedom Does a Coach Have?; A.Urnova Just Look at Yourself: How can Anyone Be Led By You?; S. Khapova & E.Yuval Managing Coaches - Herding Cats?; K.Mccourt Conclusion: Learning From Tricky Coaching: How Coaches Develop; M.Kets De Vries , K.Korotov , E.Florent-Treacy & A.Bernhardt

Editorial Reviews

"Tricky Coaching stimulates the exchange of knowledge, ideas and coaching experience among psychologists, coaches and learning and development professionals. With its unique compilation of difficult real-life coaching cases it provides an eye-opening learning opportunity and supports the professional development of psychologists in the fast growing area of leadership coaching." - J. David Brewer, PhD, President of the Society of Consulting Psychology, A division of the American Psychological Association